Grateful Dead Live at Colt Park on 1976-08-02
The Promised Land Mississippi Half-Step Uptown Toodeloo Mama Tried Deal Cassidy Tennessee Jed Big River Brown Eyed Women New Minglewood Blues They Love Each Other Looks Like Rain Loser Lazy Lightnin' Supplication
Might As Well Samson And Delilah Candyman Playing In The Band Wharf Rat Drums Goin' Down The Road Feeling Bad Playing In The Band Reprise Around And Around
U.S. Blues Sugar Magnolia
Collection GratefulDeadBand/Artist Grateful DeadVenue Colt ParkLocation Hartford, CTSource Audience FOB RecordingLineage MAC? (we can't for sure indicate that this is a master cassette, this might be a 1st gen copy) > Nak DR-1 > Apogee Rosetta 200 > Firewire > Apple G5 > Bias Peak 24/96 wav > FLAC > WAV >Taped by E. SingerTransferred by D. McCabe and SirMick
- tape has been paused between most tracks, crossfades put in to smooth
- reversed fadeout on crowd at end of Loser and crossfaded with Lazy Lightning
- cleaned up several other artifacts
- d2t03 patch at 1:38-1:40, eq'd to more or less match the main source.
- reversed fade out at the end of crowd on d2t04 and crossfaded with crowd before start of d2t05
- d3t01 repaired problem at 7:42-7:44. by copying a section from within the same track and adjusting it slightly
- d3t02 problem at 0:37, sub-second patch put in
- d3t03 there was a sub-second section that shouldn't have been there, I forgot to keep a note of where it occured. I removed it and smoothed the join
- d3t05 removed a problem, i.e I cut out a segment about 1:31 in length. It seems to have been due to a tape problem, it doesn't affect the flow! Again I forgot to make a note of where it was
- d3t06 3 small patches between 6:22-6:24
- cleaned up several other artifacts
- no need to patch the "flips" as there was over-lapping material
- slight wind noise from time to time
- small amount of hiss removal with Adobe Audition proprietary tool
- polished with iZotope Ozone and BBE Sonic Maximiser
- downsampled to 16/44.1 with Adobe Audition and dithered with iZotope Ozone
* all reference sources refer to this as Drums but to my way of thinking it should
correctly be called "Jam"
Lineage: AUD (Sony tc-152 cassette> DAT> CD)
Taped by: K. Gatto
K. Gatto's AUD (Sony tc-152 cassette> DAT> CD); seed via J. Wise, T.
OConnell et al; EAC, shn, upload by A. Jerugim
January 4, 2013
A must have
Although the show from Roosevelt Stadium a few days later is much better known, this show, IMHO, is *the* show of 1976. The jamming is as good as it gets and the flow of the 2nd set is just exactly perfect. There's even a little transition jam out of Might As Well to open the 2nd set. The Wharf Rat is among the best ever, and the Playin' reprise is to die for.
I've heard better Aud recordings, but this one is pretty good.
August 28, 2012
Same as Gatto's source?
Sounds to me like both sources on here are from the same master, unless we're dealing with a case where there was another rig patched off the primary gear. The banter heard before Playin' is exactly the same, except the channels are flipped. Great show and nice recording, though. Love that Playin' jam.
August 3, 2010
missing the encore which can be found in another source, other source is all jumbled though, both sound pretty similar which is great for this aud!
lot of great tunes in the first set here including a great tenn jed
the might as well to start the second set is nice and has an interesting jam in the outro to samson, really cool, candyman is great, playing is different interesting and good and the rest of the show from then on is great, love wharf
August 3, 2009
Nice Job on the cleaning, being 33 yrs old and all, crowd is fun on this tape, worth the collection if AUDs are your thang...